Powershell script to find changes made to OU

Looking for powershell commands to see who changed an OU

We dont have AD auditing enabled and I would like to check if there is a way with powershell to see who changed it
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Indie101Author Commented:
Thanks surprised at no auditing (contracting here) i can see the time it was changed at just can't see by who
Yep, if all the information about who changed what was available all the time, there would be no need to turn on auditing.
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You can see the exact time in which the last change was performed and on which DC has been originated. Then you can check who obtained kerberos tickets at that time. Thats the maximum detail yoy can obtain ehen auditing is not enabled.
Indie101Author Commented:
Can you outline the steps to do that Michelangelo?
Hi indie101
basically you have to proceed as described here


which is using repadmin /showobjmeta to check replication data on all DCs. Each DC will have a timestamp, earlier one is the on which recorded the change.
Upon determining that DC, you can check for kerberos tickets active in that date range in the Event Log. It is a manual process and your mileage may vary i.e. it depends on how many users were accessing the directory at that time.
Find here an example script which follows this road in examining changes to groups:

Naveen SharmaCommented:
How to Audit Changes Made to Organizational Units (OUs) in Active Directory:
Hi naveem,
This is out of context as author stated auditing is not enabled and changes haopened in the past.
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